#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Beautiful blonde translator Rebecca lives with her boyfriend, ski instructor Marco, in a small mountain villa owned by her friend, nurse Laura. Rene, a cinema projectionist, steals Marco’s car while in a daze and gets into a car crash with local farmer Theo, whose daughter, after being in coma for a time, dies. Rene suffers from partial short term memory loss and starts a relationship with Laura. Meanwhile Marco is looking for the man who stole his car and Theo – for the man who killed his daughter…
Plot: Young blonde translator Rebecca lives with her boyfriend ski instructor Marco in a mountain villa owned by her friend, nurse Laura. Rene, local cinema projectionist, steals Marco’s car and gets into a car crash with local Theo, whose daughter, after being in coma for a time, dies. Rene suffers from partial short term memory loss and starts a relationship with Laura. Meanwhile Marco is looking for the man who stole his car and Theo – for the man who killed his daughter…
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Slow But Beautiful Looking Coincidences
I went to see “Winter Sleepers (Winterschläfer)” only because it’s the same director as “Run Lola Run,” though it turned out to be pre-“Lola.”
It plays with the same theme of coincidences, though not with “what if’s” of Lola or “Sliding Doors” or others in the genre. Rather, the audience knows what connects random people together to understand the misunderstandings and connections.
It’s slow at spots (too much stuff that’s almost French movie satires of a couple not looking at each other and smoking away) but the directing otherwise is very non-Hollywood intriguing, swooping and looking in at such odd angles, creating tension from a neat VERY unpredictable plot involving basically five or so people in a beautiful Bavaria.
I had no idea the German Alps could be so breathtakingly beautiful — absolutely terrific stunts that will look puny if you see it on cable or video.
The pop soundtrack is again in English, but the director co-wrote the ambient music that is also used very-non-Hollywood in how it comments and builds up on the tension.
It’s a bit long but a nice relief from too many Hollywood movies.(originally written 4/23/2000)
Such a beautiful and inventive movie to look at
When you watch “Wintersleepers” you’ll instantly discover the style of director Tom Tykwer. A lot of close-ups, images which make you think of an american movie and not a german one. Every moment is underlaid with a fast-paced musical score. And we get the heart beat that will later become famous as kind of a score for “Run, Lola, Run”. In “Wintersleepers” Tykwer shows that he doesn’t like his images or story to stand still. Everything is in motion – always. The best performance comes from Floriane Daniel as Rebecca but also Heino Ferch as Marco is remarkable – we really can hate this guy, we really wanna punch him in the face. The big flaw of “Wintersleepers” is that we can see that Tykwer has a lot of fun with visuals and the cinematography of a film. But he forgets about the story sometimes. It’s more exciting to look at his film than to follow its story.
Original Language de
Runtime 2 hr 2 min (122 min)
Genre Drama, Romance, Thriller
Director Tom Tykwer
Writer Anne-Françoise Pyszora, Tom Tykwer
Actors Ulrich Matthes, Marie-Lou Sellem, Floriane Daniel
Awards 8 wins & 9 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Fuji F-CP 3519)